Why You Should Buy Used Cars Part Nine
If you buy a used car that has essentially had all of its parts replaced with more modern ones, then you will be getting a car that is as unlikely to break down as a new car but for the price of a used car. Because the model of the car has been around longer too you will have a better idea of how they are in the long term and you can read reviews and ask people in order to get a general consensus: is this a reliable vehicle?
You don't have to buy old vehicles either with used cars. Cars lose a huge amount of their value when you sell them and as soon as you drive a new car out of the show room you will lose a lot of the value of that vehicle (unless it's a classic car). There are countless reasons people have to then sell their cars, whether it's because they can't pay off their auto loan, or it's because they're moving home.
What often happens then is that someone buys a new car with all the bells and whistles you might expect/hope for.